All good things must come to an end, and so it is for the Adelaide leg of the Soundwave Festival at Bonython Park and possibly all future events here (although organizer A.J Maddah has indicated all hope is not yet lost!)
In what may very well be the final installment of the annual heavy rock adventure we know as the Soundwave Festival, this years lineup is only half way through and has so far been a fair blend of younger and older acts.
Legendary metal band Fear Factory are coming to Adelaide for Soundwave in 2015. The American outfit have pioneered a range of metal styles and genres over their illustrious career spanning almost a quarter of a century.
Post-hardcore rock outfit The Color Morale are headed our way for Soundwave 2015. The first time visitors to Adelaide hail from Rockford, Illinois have signed on to play the metal festival in February. Garret Rapp (Vocals), Devin King (Guitar), Aaron Saunders (Guitar), Steve Carey (Drums) and Mike Honson (Bass) are known for their rocking riffs, big choruses and positive messages in their music.
The Wonder Years are set to join the Soundwave line up next year after the recent cancellation of their planned headliner tour. The band from the US had intended to play a small venue headlining tour around the country this year but due to unforseen circumstances had to cancel. But speaking to Glam Adelaide from his tour bus on the road, front man Dan ‘Soupy’ Campbell said the band are thrilled to be joining Soundwave Festival
With a career spanning 20 years, Pop punk rockers New Found Glory are back with a new album titled ‘Resurrection’ (released October 10) and have released a new music video for their single off the same album, called ’Selfless’. Lead singer Jordan Pundik is feeling stoked about the new album and being part of Soundwave 2015, and remained cool about where the band are at currently as a four piece
‘YOUR SHOT’ is back for 2014, continuing its quest across the east coast of Australia (Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane), to find Australia’s next top DJ. The winner’s will not only get to play international DJ sets at either: Snowbombing (Austria), BPM (Mexico) or Sound LA(USA), they will also become stars locally, with their own sets at Stereosonic 2014.
Clutch would like to announce Melbourne heavy rock outfit Don Fernando as support for their Melbourne show at the Prince and Sydney show
Glam Adelaide's Music Editor Rajani Stengewis interviewed The Blackout about their upcoming visit to Australia and what fans should expect.